foreign money has been most of my business this year. amazing. >> robert, we saw it similar in 2010 when wealthy homeowners wanted to sell. they were afraid then congress was going to raise capital gains rates. you know, so, dolly is saying, yeah, we're seeing this rush of home activity now, but it slow down next year. is that what you're expecting? >> yeah, it's such a key point. we sort of see this movie before. in 2010, there was the expectation that capital gains would go up. at this time, places like the hamptons and new york, we saw a lot of inventory come on the market, prices come down, and in fact, inventory went up 5% to 10% in the hamptons. the next quarter, the first quarter the following year, we saw a dead market. nothing was happening. it took a couple quarters for things to rebound. of course, they did. dolly's absolutely right. today's sort of party will be the hangover in january and february. i think it's going to be a very quiet market. that's what we saw in 2010 when there wasn't even a tax increase, just the expectation that we would have one.